Found guilty on all four counts, the "Queen of Clean" awaits her sentence.
Can Martha Stewart's (search) brand survive? Advertising executive Jerry Della Femina of Della Femina, Rothschild, Jeary and Partners, and public relations guru Robert Dilenschneider, president of The Dilenschneider Group, join the debate.
Will Martha's guilty verdict help restore investor confidence? We’ll ask Tom McManus, chief investment strategist at Banc of America Securities, Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com.
Bernhardt Furniture carries a Martha Stewart line. So as Martha's board members meet to hash out the future of her empire, why isn’t Alex Bernhardt, chairman and CEO of Bernhardt Furniture, worried? We’ll ask him.
Is what's bad for Martha, good for President Bush? We’ll ask House Majority Whip Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., if the president's crackdown on corporate crime is yielding results.
Plus, former Kidder Peabody superstar turned super pariah, Joe Jett, on what challenges lie ahead for Martha now.
John Kerry says he'd handle Iraq differently. How differently? We’ll ask Richard Holbrooke, former United Nations ambassador.
Plus, how would you like your boss to do your job for a week? Think they could hack it? A new reality show puts CEOs to the test, as Larry Flax and Rick Rosenfield, co-founders and co-CEOs of California Pizza Kitchen, found out.
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